Everybody
Everybody \Ev"er*y*bod`y\, n. Every person. [1913 Webster]

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  • Everybody — or everyone may refer to:* Everyone , an Entertainment Software Rating Board rating suggesting that a computer or video game may be suitable for ages 6 and older. *Any of several songs and albums: **Everyone (album), by Reuben Morgan **Everybody… …   Wikipedia

  • Everybody — может встречаться в следующих разделах: Альбомы Ингрид Майклсон The Sea and Cake Gods Child Песни «Everybody» (песня DJ BoBo) «Everybody» (песня Леонида Руденко) «Everybody» (песня Мадонны) «Everybody» (песня Танеля Падара и Дэйва Бентона)… …   Википедия

  • Everybody — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda El término «Everybody» puede hacer referencia a: «Everybody», canción de Madonna, del álbum Madonna; «Everybody», canción de Britney Spears, del álbum Blackout; o «Everybody», canción ganadora del Festival de… …   Wikipedia Español

  • everybody — has been written as one word since the 19c, and alternates with everyone with no difference in meaning. Both words take a singular verb, but pronouns in the continuation of the sentence are often plural to denote neutrality of gender: • Everybody …   Modern English usage

  • everybody — late 14c., from EVERY (Cf. every) + BODY (Cf. body) …   Etymology dictionary

  • everybody — / everyone [n] all involved, all human beings; the whole world all, all and sundry*, anybody, each one, each person, every person, generality, masses, people, populace, the public, the whole, young and old*; concept 417 Ant. nobody/noone …   New thesaurus

  • everybody — ► PRONOUN ▪ every person …   English terms dictionary

  • everybody — [ev′rē bäd΄ē, ev′rēbud΄ē] pron. every person; everyone …   English World dictionary

  • everybody — eve|ry|bod|y [ evri,badi ] pronoun *** everyone: Has everybody remembered to bring a pen and notebook? Everybody likes birthday cake. everybody else: Bill had the courage to say out loud what everybody else in the room was thinking …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • everybody */*/*/ — UK [ˈevrɪˌbɒdɪ] / US [ˈevrɪˌbɑdɪ] pronoun everyone Has everybody remembered to bring a pen and notebook? Everybody likes birthday cake. everybody else: Bill had the courage to say out loud what everybody else in the room was thinking …   English dictionary

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